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Say So Long to Limp Locks With a Colored Hair Powder

Now that warmer weather is approaching, is your scalp heating up, too? Perhaps your roots and/or bangs are oily, but your ends are just fine. That's when hair powders come into play. Not only do these oil-absorbing products help sop up excess sebum, they revitalize styles and assist in giving your hair a lift in the aroma department, too. Here are a few colored powders to ensure that you can focus on warm-weather activities, not your hair. Tip: While tinted powders are amazing at blending into your hair color sans white residue, keep in mind that they are tinted, so protect clothing with a towel or cape while applying.

  • You won't have to shell out lots of dough for Salon Graphix Powder Shampoo ($8). This spray-on cleanser is available in three shades, plus one for the silver foxes out there, too.
  • Bumble and Bumble Hair Powder ($19 to $35) comes in two sizes, and sprays on for a black, red, white, blondish, or brown finish.
  • The cheekily-named The All-Nighter Styling Powder ($18) is available in six shades and helps create volume and texture in the hair. It's made from all-natural ingredients and lends a pleasant citrus smell.
  • T3 Refresh Volumizing Dry Shampoo ($25) helps promote healthy hair with vitamin B6, and is sold in light, dark, and auburn colors.

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Autumns_Elegy Autumns_Elegy 7 years
I would love tinted dry shampoo. I'm lucky to find any dry shampoo where I live, so I'm stuck with white powder that makes me look like I've aged 50 years!It's also sticky and takes forever to brush out. :(
Autumns_Elegy Autumns_Elegy 7 years
I would love tinted dry shampoo. I'm lucky to find any dry shampoo where I live, so I'm stuck with white powder that makes me look like I've aged 50 years! It's also sticky and takes forever to brush out. :(
Renees3 Renees3 7 years
like details said, just be careful b/c some of them get on EVERYTHING.
details2 details2 7 years
The T3 dry shampoo is awesome!!! (tried it at Nordstrom and feel in love) It has a great barely there smell. The Auburn color is great for varying shades of red hair. It's very subtle. I hate how PSSSSSST and OJON smells. Bumble and Bumble has way too much pigment - it ruins clothes, gets all over the bathroom and makes hair overly matte.
details2 details2 7 years
The T3 dry shampoo is awesome!!! (tried it at Nordstrom and feel in love) It has a great barely there smell. The Auburn color is great for varying shades of red hair. It's very subtle. I hate how PSSSSSST and OJON smells.Bumble and Bumble has way too much pigment - it ruins clothes, gets all over the bathroom and makes hair overly matte.
omoriala omoriala 7 years
I also love Pssst! hair powder, both for the retro designed packaging and the price--it's only about $6 at Rite Aid or Walgreens
Angela123 Angela123 7 years
I loove my Ojon Rub Out dry shampoo, I've never used a tinted one though!! The All nighter one intrigues me...maybe it's the name :) In other news, what is UP with that terrifying photo??! LOLOL I screamed out loud in my office.
Angela123 Angela123 7 years
I loove my Ojon Rub Out dry shampoo, I've never used a tinted one though!! The All nighter one intrigues me...maybe it's the name :)In other news, what is UP with that terrifying photo??! LOLOL I screamed out loud in my office.
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